Why would occupational therapy help with elderly person who is wheel chair bound?
In Norway where I live, this licence is person bound. Read More
They help the elderly by giving them the opportunity for additional education and more resources for information. Computers also help the elderly who are home bound to socialize by networking with online friends. They also allow them to communicate with family and friends in real time, sharing letters (emails), photos, etc. Read More
A serf. Read More
When a business incorporates is the company legally bound to honor previous contracts it made when it wasnt a corporation?
If the company was not incorporated when the document was created, the company must have been a partnership or a sole-proprietorship. Whoever signed the contract is legally bound by the contract. If a partner signed, the partnership is legally bound. If a person signed, that person is legally bound. Read More
I have both the movies so this question is right up my ally. The elderly golden retriever is Shadow. The high-wired, immature Pitt bull (possibly Pitt bull mix) is Chance. The Himalayan cat is Sassy. Read More
The company as juristic person has rights, duties and responsibilities as an individual person. The juristic person can enter into any contract and be bound to it. Read More
What would prevent that? You are bound by the restraining order, not the person who obtained it. Read More
What is the term for the taking of a person into a custody in order that he may be bound to answer for the commission of an offense?
The person taken into custody has been arrested Read More
I'm not sure of any excercises that a wheelchair-bound person can do, how about trying to lift weights? Read More
A person bound to execute within his county all process insuing from the courts of the commonwealth?
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The same way as if you was standing in back of them performing the Heimlich. Read More
there is no bound warhammer spell only bound dagger, bound mace, bound war axe, bound sword(claymor), bound cuirass, bound greaves, bound helmet, bound gauntlets, bound boots, and bound shield Read More
The group or person referenced in the limerick is bound by honor to refute the remark prior to the close of the dinner hour, least all present believe the remark to be true. Read More
A narrow-minded person who pays undue attention to formal rules Read More
The family of the noble, but everyone else was to work to support the estate. Read More
Probably not. They're the same person, so they bound to be the same age Read More
A person who is bound to the land and owned by the feudal lord. [This IS the DEFINITION NOT my own opinion.] Read More
Because the muscle begins to atrophy due to lack of use. Read More
If the elevators are off limits during a fire how does a wheelchair-bound person get to the bottom floor?
They have someone help them get out Read More
No! Get them out of the chair and onto the ground. 35 years teaching CPR. Read More
The "bond" in bondsman was related to the word "bind." A bondsman was a person bound in some way. In the Middle Ages, this usually meant the person was a slave. Later, it usually meant the person was an indentured servant. Read More
I could be mistaken, but when a person reaches the age of majority, there is no need to use the term "emancipated". A person who reaches adulthood is no longer bound by any kind of parental authority, except as the individual might choose to be bound by it. Isn't this reasonable? Read More
Only the person who signed is a party to the contract. The tenant who didn't sign is not bound by the lease. Read More
Bound, like many words in the English language, has several different meanings, so there are different ways of using it in a sentence. I am bound for New York. I am bound to succeed. The book was well bound. The prisoner was bound to the chair. A deer can bound a huge distance in a single leap. Read More
Yes, 'bounds' is a noun, the plural form of the noun 'bound', a leaping motion or a limiting line (most often plural), a territorial limit. The word 'bounds' is also a verb, the third person, singular present of 'to bound'. Read More
The age in your state that a person may be bound by a legal contract, such as a personal loan, or mortgage. Typically 18. Read More
The whole point of "puppy love" is that it can happen at an extremely young age; there isn't really a lower bound. There also isn't really an UPPER bound, it can refer to any sort of immature, inexperienced feelings of what the person in question thinks is "love". Read More
Suzanne K. Steinmetz has written: 'Duty bound' -- subject(s): Abused elderly, Aging parents, Caregivers, Home care, Psychology, Stress (Psychology), Abused aged, Care 'Pioneering Paths in the Study of Families' Read More
What are the lower bound estimate and the upper bound estimate found by rounding to the greatest place 937 and ndash 156 A. lower bound 700 upper bound 800 B. lower bound 700 upper bound 900 C. lower?
The answer is B. Read More
Have the person see the house and talk to them about it. Ramps Wide doorways and halls Low shelves and racks for hanging clothes on Shower chairs Large bathrooms Read More
I don't believe so, - however the 'politically correct fanatics' are everywhere these days, and someone is bound to object. Read More
you are a stuid person look it up in the dictionary there is bound to be a local libry somewhere charlie BUM EGG Read More
You are legally bound to the lease and the obligations of the original contract as if it were your lease. You can take the person that you co-signed for to court for reimbursement. Read More
Sure. You can't control who you love, so you're bound to love more than one person at a time. I do. Read More
tied up; or committed you to that person by pledge or treaty , joined together, or you are being held up. phisically or spiritually Read More
The address of the Bound Brook Memorial Library is: 402 E. High Street, Bound Brook, 08805 2007 Read More
An eukaryote cell has a membrane bound nucleus and membrane bound organelles. Read More
A bound collection of maps is called an Atlas. They have traditionally been bound in the form of a book. Read More
A library bound book is one that has been bound - or re-bound - in such a way as to increase the durability and life-span of books in libraries. See the related links below for images of library-bound books. Read More
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He was bound to make a mistake sooner or later. His feet were bound when they found him. Read More
The cast of Adventures of Lady Linda Bound - 2000 includes: Lady Linda Bound as Lady Linda Bound Read More
Bound is the past tense of bind, meaning to pull together and secure something by some means, and it is also a verb "bound" meaning to leap, and a noun. Read More